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MSNBC
Jan 25, 2013 12:00am EST
. joining us now is democratic senator sherrod brown of ohio. senator brown, thank you for being here. i appreciate your being willing to talk to us about this. >> sure. of course. >> am i wrong to think that there's not going to be a big change to what we've come to accept as normal, which is republicans requiring a 60-vote supermajority on everything in the senate? >> i think you were generally right. i think that there will be -- i mean, the steps -- we didn't do as much as many of us wanted to do. i think it's small progress. i think it will -- the senate will be -- will work a little better than it did. working with a group of people that will find least to slow things down. >> i think the disappointment from people, from congress watchers and people who are not on capitol hill is that everybody thought democratic senators were fed up with that 60 vote supermajority threshold for everything. was that perception just wrong? do senators not mind it as much as we thought they did? >> i think a lot of us did. i am not blaming any of my colleagues in particular, but there were not eno
MSNBC
Jan 24, 2013 6:00pm PST
sherrod brown of ohio. senator brown, thank you for being here. i appreciate your being willing to talk to us about this. >> sure. of course. >> am i wrong to think that there's not going to be a big change to what we've come to accept as normal, which is republicans requiring a 60-vote supermajority on everything in the senate? >> i think you were generally right. i think that there will be -- i mean, the steps -- we didn't do as much as many of us wanted to do. i think it's small we've sent t over and bills and some bills that would move the country forward that have died there even though they could have a majority. so we are going to keep the pressure on in the senate. this time it was in writing if the progress isn't significant. working with a group of people that want to stop the president of the united states and they will find ways in the rules even with improvements. >> i think the disappointment from people who are congress watchers is that everybody thought that democratic senators were so fed up that when you got the chance to change it, you would pounce on it. do senators not
MSNBC
Jan 24, 2013 1:00am PST
, she did not change, we were wrong. it was by an american designer, tom brown, who makes top hats. but the first lady did not wear a top hat on monday. no, the first lady left the wearing of funny hats on monday to this man. a member of congress, congressman from wisconsin. how do you like me now, wisconsin? this man apparently was heading out to the inauguration platform. he felt a little chilly. and reached into the closet and found this to put on his head for the inauguration. in case you can't quite make out what that is, here is a close-up. a green bay packer's themed mellow yellow hat. it was during the swearing-in of the president of the united states. you're welcome. also, this man also had a reservation on the funny hat train on inauguration day. the image is a little grainy, from far away. but this is senator bill nelson of florida, who apparently didn't have time to change after going python-hunting this weekend in florida, really, that is what he did. really, senator bill nelson goes on python hunt, went there, did that, got the hat and then wore it for the inauguration. th
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